Posts Tagged ‘barry koslow’

BLT Steak Serves Gefilte Fish for $35 on Its Passover Menu

Whether you love it or hate it, gefilte fish is just one of those foods that you can't make sexy. The Passover staple—typically made with ground carp, whitefish, or pike—is mushy, fishy, and an unappetizing grayish-tan color. While many people buy the stinky stuff in jars, chefs have made many attempts over the years to [...]

Try Pastrami Fried Rice and Matzo Ball Egg Drop Soup at DGS Delicatessen on Christmas Eve

For the team at DGS Delicatessen, and many Jews, it's tradition to spend Christmas eating Chinese food. Chef Barry Koslow has long frequented Peking Gourmet in Falls Church when the holiday rolls around. "It just seems to be the Jewish thing to do," Koslow says. "They say it's one of their busiest days of the year. And it's all Jews." [...]

DC Brau and DGS Delicatessen Collaborate on a New Brew

DC Brau is on a roll with its restaurant collaborations. The brewery teamed up with The Red Hen on a barrel-aged brew released last week. Next comes The Golden Calf, a collaboration with DGS Delicatessen. The limited-edition beer combines DC Brau's Yonder Cities, a Belgian IPA, with DGS Delicatessen's slivovitz plum mash. Slivovitz is a plum brandy [...]

Jewish Deli Drunk Food: Schmutzy Fries

This week's Y&H column delves into DGS Delicatessen, D.C.'s hip new take on the Jewish deli. Much of the menu consists of lighter versions on artery-clogging deli classics. But there's one menu item you might want to loosen your belt for. This week, chef Barry Koslow introduced schmutzy fries, apparently the answer to "What should [...]

A Nosh Above: DGS Delicatessen Isn’t Your Bubbie’s Jewish Deli

When chef Barry Koslow and Nick Wiseman began testing recipes for their new Jewish deli DGS Delicatessen, they sought feedback from a master. Joan Nathan has written ten cookbooks and countless articles on Jewish cuisine, in addition to TV and radio appearances. She is, as you might put it in Yiddish, a maven of noshing. [...]

Check Out Menus For DGS Delicatessen

Long-awaited DGS Delicatessen is finally bringing pastrami and white fish to the masses. The restaurant soft-opened over the weekend and will have its grand opening on Wednesday. (UPDATE: DGS will be closed for lunch Wednesday but open for dinner.) Former Mendocino Grille and Tallula chef Barry Koslow will put a modern take on many Jewish [...]

Last Night’s Leftovers: World Fusion Edition

BLT Steak gets the Obama bump [ABC News] Our favorite sandwich maker, Rogue 24 chef R.J. Cooper, is being released from the hospital today. Speedy healing, chef! [WaPo] Here's a blast from the past: Bennigan's is staging a comeback in D.C. and elsewhere [Market Watch] The Source's Scott Drewno is cooking at Toki Underground for [...]

May The Schwartz’s Be With You: Barry Koslow Is Bringing Jewish Deli Fare To D.C.

There's nothing quite like a smoked meat sandwich from Schwartz's in Montreal, which is sort of like the Shake Shack or Georgetown Cupcake of Jewish delis, with its lengthy lunch line often stretching down Saint-Laurent Boulevard. Definitely nothing like it in D.C. at least, which is why Y&H is pretty stoked to find out about Barry [...]

Crafty Bastards Goes Gastro: Get Bacon Tips From Bev Eggleston, Moonshine Advice From Gina Chrevesani

One noticeable difference about this year's upcoming Crafty Bastards festival, slated for Oct. 1: food is a much bigger focus. In addition to a new crafty food market and contests to crown the best local picklers, preservers and brewers, organizers have assembled a number of local culinary industry luminaries to conduct various do-it-yourself demonstrations. Learn [...]

Quick Feeding: Ren’s Ramen Gets Noodling Again in Wheaton

Back in Broth: Longtime Young & Hungry fave Ren's Ramen, formerly of Bethesda, has re-opened in Wheaton. “I think this is a nice place,” owner Yoko Nakamura says of the new 1,250-square-foot location at 11403 Amherst Avenue. “It’s pretty close to the Metro station.” Y&H alum Tim Carman provides a tantalizing photo from the scene. [...]

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